ABLIC Launches the S-19720 Series of Automotive Voltage Trackers; Industry’s Lowest (*1) Offset Voltage and Smallest Package
TOKYO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ABLIC (President: Nobumasa Ishiai, head office: Minato-ku, Tokyo hereinafter “ABLIC”) today launched the S-19720 Series of automotive voltage trackers.
The S-19720 Series of voltage trackers launched today comes with the industry’s lowest (*1) offset voltage and provide accurate sensor readings in supplying ECU external sensors and components with electricity. Multiple protection circuits that safeguard ECUs even in the event of a wire harness failure help further improve autonomous driving safety.
The S-19720 Series is housed in an HSNT-6(2025) (1.96 x 2.46 x t0.5mm), the industry’s smallest (*2) package, and it is a product that amply meets the ever-increasing need for smaller automotive devices. It is also suitable to lower ECU standby current of a system in intermittent operation because of low current consumption of 4 μA typ. during power-off.
The S-19720 Series is also PPAP (Production Part Approval Process) capable and is going to meet Grade 1 in the AEC(*)Q100 (*Automotive Electronics Council) which is quality standard for automotive ICs.
- Industry’s lowest offset voltage
- Housed in an ultra-small HSNT-6(2025) (1.96 x 2.46 x t0.5mm), the industry’s smallest package
- Low current consumption during power-off, the industry’s lowest class
- Integrates a variety of protection functions
36V input/45V rating
With an input voltage of 36V and a rating of 45V, this high-withstand voltage product can be directly connected to a 12V lead-acid battery.
- Power supplies for powering off-board sensors and other automotive applications
- Automotive applications such as engines, transmissions, suspensions, ABS, EV/HEV/PHEV
When operating as a 36V, 50mA output automotive voltage tracker. Based on our research as of November 2021
Based on our research as of November 2021
S-19720 Series Product Details
ABLIC Inc. became a wholly owned company by MinebeaMitsumi Inc. as of April 30th, 2020.
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